Provided by: libpod-weaver-perl_4.012-1_all bug


       Pod::Weaver::Section::Region - find a region and put its contents in place where desired


       version 4.012


       This section will find and include a located hunk of Pod.  In general, it will find a
       region with the specified name, such as:

         =begin :myfoo

         =head1 More Pod Here

         =end :myfoo

       In other words, if your configuration include:

         region_name = myfoo

       ...then this weaver will look for "=begin :myfoo" ( and "=for :myfoo" and... ) and include
       it at the appropriate location in your output.

       Since you'll probably want to use Region several times, and that will require giving each
       use a unique name, you can omit "region_name" if you provide a plugin name, and it will
       default to the plugin name.  In other words, the configuration above could be specified
       just as:

         [Region / myfoo]

       If the "required" attribute is given, and true, then an exception will be raised if this
       region can't be found.


       A boolean value specifying whether this region is required to be present or not. Defaults
       to false.

       If it's enabled and the region can't be found an exception will be raised.

       The name of this region. Defaults to the plugin name.

       A boolean value specifying whether nonpod regions are allowed or not. Defaults to false.

       "nonpod" regions are regions without a ":" prefix as explained in perlpodspec

         # region_name = myregion
         # is_pod = false
         =begin myregion

         # region_name = myregion
         # is_pod = true
         =begin :myregion

       A boolean value specifying whether the region's contents should be flattened or not.
       Defaults to true.

         =begin :myregion


         =end :myregion



       Ricardo SIGNES <>


       This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Ricardo SIGNES.

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       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.